Two-day workshops: The Cherokee Nation Foundation partnered the University of Arkansas College Access Initiative to provide free ACT workshops for Cherokee students. Workshops are led by university representatives at high schools within the Cherokee Nation to help prepare for the test and teach valuable test-taking strategies.
Princeton Review: The six-week, intensive course consists of 18 hours of interactive instruction and two ACT practice tests. Previous results have shown participants’ scores increased an average of 3.5 points, with some student’s individual scores increasing by as many as 10 points.
Spring classes are enrolling now!
The spring Princeton Review ACT prep classes will be offered in Ft. Gibson on Mondays and Sallisaw on Tuesdays. The deadline to register is Feb. 21, 2018.
These courses are offered at no cost for students that are citizens of a federally recognized tribe and are $150 for non-native students.